A man accused of seriously assaulting a victim who found him in bed with two other women has been refused bail.
Jason Ford, 42, of Hamilton, appeared in Hamilton Magistrates Court on Wednesday where he made a bail application.
He is facing charges of recklessly and/or intentionally causing injury, breaching court orders and four counts of committing further offence while on bail.
Ford was denied bail and remanded in custody until April 3.
A Hamilton man confronted by a woman who found him in bed with his new partner - and another woman - has been charged with more assault-related offences.
Warrnambool police Sergeant Chris Brown said the 42-year-old man was already on bail for incidents allegedly committed in December, January and February.
Those charges related to recklessly and intentionally causing injury, breaching court orders and bail offences.
He said on February 27 police allege an argument escalated, turned physical and the man was alleged to have struck the woman to the side of her head, which perforated an ear drum.
"The victim has then tried to choke him and he forcibly removed the hands from around his neck, in the process breaking her right ring finger," Sergeant Brown said.
"The woman has then come back home at 11.53pm on Monday night this week and found the man in bed with his new partner and another woman."
Sergeant Brown said the woman left the home, went to hospital to seek treatment for her damaged finger, but then returned at 3am on Tuesday to confront the man.
"He has gone to a bedroom, she has attempted to follow, there's been a push and pull situation over the bedroom door and in the process the man has slammed the door on the woman's already damaged hand," he said.
"Her hand has been further damaged. The photos of her injuries are pretty graphic.
"The door has also hit her to an eye, causing swelling and bruising."
Sergeant Brown said the man was arrested on Tuesday, interviewed, charged and remanded in custody overnight to appear in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Wednesday for a bail/remand hearing.
He has been charged with recklessly and/or intentionally causing injury, breaching court orders and four count of committing further offence while on bail.
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